Acquit: definitions, synonyms, antonyms, examples and more!

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Meanings Frequency Definitions Examples Parts of Speech Antonyms Hypernym Entailments
behave 3 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
conduct 2 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
acquit 1 Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges The suspect was cleared of the murder charges Verb convict pronounce Evaluate
discharge 1 Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges The suspect was cleared of the murder charges Verb No Data pronounce Evaluate
exonerate 1 Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges The suspect was cleared of the murder charges Verb No Data pronounce Evaluate
carry 1 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
assoil 0 Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges The suspect was cleared of the murder charges Verb No Data pronounce Evaluate
clear 0 Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges The suspect was cleared of the murder charges Verb No Data pronounce Evaluate
exculpate 0 Pronounce not guilty of criminal charges The suspect was cleared of the murder charges Verb No Data pronounce Evaluate
acquit 0 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
bear 0 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
deport 0 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
comport 0 Behave in a certain manner She carried herself well, he bore himself with dignity, They conducted themselves well during these difficult times Verb No Data act No Data
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How many meanings does the word "Acquit" have?

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The word "Acquit" has 13 meanings. The most frequent meaning is behave.

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What are the hyponyms for the word "Acquit"?

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The word "Acquit" has 72 hyponyms which are: act on, alternate, antagonize, anticipate, attack, begin, behave, coact, come close, come to the fore, condescend, continue, cope, court, create, dally, dare, deal, dispatch, do well, effect, egotrip, evade, exert, finish up, force, get around to, go, go ahead, go off half-cocked, guard, interact, interrupt, lord it over, make a point, make bold, maneuver, misbehave, participate, partner, perform, perpetrate, play, play it by ear, prosecute, race, rampage, react, reciprocate, repeat, reward, rush, satisfice, set about, sneak, stampede, surprise, take, take care, take time by the forelock, try, use, volunteer, wait, woo, acquit, convict, disqualify, intonate, qualify, rule, tout.

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Is the word "Acquit" very frequent in Wordnet’s lexical database?

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The word "Acquit" has a maximum frequency of 3.

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What are the synonyms for the word "Acquit"?

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The word "Acquit" has no synonyms.

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